Fairview Gullies Loop
Hiking trail through eroded portion of Natchez Trace State Park
The hiking trail runs past gullies and mounds shaped by the severe agriculture-related erosion that plagued the forest before it was purchased by the state in 1949.
The area is a testament to the devastating effect erosion can have on a landscape, and how land can recover if given the proper care and time.
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